The Als are starting to lose their lustre
From the Gazette
“I hold myself accountable for our inability to be focused and our inability to be disciplined,? Trestman said. “It starts with me. It should.

“At the end of the day, as I told the team, I’m accountable for this. I didn’t have the team focused and we didn’t play a disciplined game. And I’m responsible for both.?

At the same time, it appears signs of some dissension are beginning to creak into the dressing room - although Trestman undoubtedly would disagree. Veteran rush-end Anwar Stewart, who carries a significant presence and stature among his teammates, was visibly upset over his lack of playing time and didn’t mince words.

“It’s sick. I’ve played my ass off (the last) four games and I didn’t get to play,? he told The Gazette. “It’s B.S. It sucks. It’s a disgrace. I’ll play my role, and I accept my role. But it’s so frustrating.?

Stewart deliberately walked past Trestman without speaking when the coach re-entered the dressing room after addressing the media. Trestman sounded surprised with Stewart over his reticence.[/b]

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Nice .....

  1. to see a Head Coach stand up and publicly take responsibility for his team's poor performance.
  2. to see that the wheels may be getting a bit loose that well-tuned bus.